Knox Area Weekend To Do List, February 17-19, 2023
It's time for the second annual Mardi Gras at Fountain City Social. Get your beads ready. It's going to be a crazy night.
You can dress in costume or come as you are. They'll have New Orleans featured cocktails, DJ, Karaoke, Dance Party, Giveaways, Door Prizes and fun.
Beads but no boobs..Sorry, they're not that type of bar.
Mardi Gras masks available or you can bring your own.
Eat & Drink: Sunday Brunch at Crafty Bastard West
Crafty West and Hole in the Wall Pizza Present BRUNCHHHHHHHHH
Bloody Beer Marys
& other good stuff!
EVERY SUNDAY 10AM - 2PM
Try: The Vision 2023
Where: Cook Loft 221 / 221 Cumberland Ave. Knoxville
Ready to start manifesting the life you deserve? Well this is the time to do it! It’s time to learn how to ask and receive what you desire! Creating a Vision Board helps you look at your dreams everyday….
Come out and have fun while doing it? Connect with like-minded people… Live DJ… Food… adult beverages and more.. You don’t want to miss this!!! Ticket price $60
Includes Vision Board materials.. food… 2 drink tickets! Vendors… a life changing experience
Cash app $Carrena
40 spots available
Listed by: Kim Cargill Wax, eXp Realty (865) 206-2820
Where: Civic Coliseum / 500 Howard Baker Jr. Ave. Knoxville
ARGH YA READY, KIDS?? Spongebob Night returns to the Coliseum for the first time in five years and they'll feature specialty Spongebob jerseys to celebrate the longtime Nickelodeon franchise!
These jerseys will be auctioned off after the game so don't miss out on your chance to grab Bikini Bottom's rendition of your favorite player's jersey!
Watch & Listen: Trouble in Mind
Where: Clarence Brown Theatre, UTK / 1714 Andy Holt Ave. Knoxville
“A monumental work whose time has finally come.”
Broadway, 1957. In rehearsals for a groundbreaking racially integrated production, the leading actress must choose between the role of a lifetime or compromising her values, in this dramatic comedy penned by a real-life groundbreaker.
As the first African American woman to have her work professionally produced on the New York stage, Alice Childress lived this story and tells it true.
Nominated for four Tony Awards.
Photo Courtesy of Clarence Brown Theatre
Anti-Valentine's Date: Cupid Is Stupid Car Smashing
Sometimes love hurts. Come channel some rage into a good cause at the FIRST Cupid is Stupid Car Smashing!
Sign up in person at 12pm– time slots first come, first served. You get 5 hits for $5 or 15 hits for $10 with your choice of bludgeoning device from their arsenal. Protective eyewear will be provided and sanitized between each use. Participants must wear protective gloves, so feel free to bring your own, but they will have heavy-duty gloves to use as well as disposable rubber gloves to wear under them.
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